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Redskins LT Samuels probable vs. Rams; QB Brennan has surgery

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ASHBURN, Va. -- Washington Redskins left tackle Chris Samuels is probable for Sunday's home opener against the St. Louis Rams after participating in the final practice of the week.

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The Redskins player most limited in Friday's workout was defensive tackle Anthony Montgomery, who has tendinitis in his knee and is questionable for Sunday's game.

Samuels sat out part of Thursday's practice. The team is expected to limit his midweek workload this season to preserve his knee following offseason surgery.

The Redskins also announced that backup quarterback Colt Brennan had surgery on the torn labrum in his left hip Monday in Colorado. Brennan, a two-year pro who's on season-ending injured reserve, had a similar operation on his right hip last year. He's expected to need three months of rehabilitation before resuming football activities.

Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press

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